#mission2030: Austria’s Strategy for a Low-Carbon Transformation

Author
Łukasz Ogrodnik, Marek Wasinski
Content Type
Special Report
Institution
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
Abstract
The Austrian government is implementing its energy and climate strategy to 2030, the aim of which is to stimulate the economy and achieve energy independence through the use of clean technologies. The strategy signals potential points of contention with Poland, including in nuclear and coal energy. At the same time, it indicates potential fields of cooperation regarding low-emission transport.
Topic
Climate Change, Energy Policy, Science and Technology, Renewable Energy, Carbon Emissions
Political Geography
Europe, Poland, Austria